Well the Republican's wet dream for the last 6 years has been the repeal of the ACA, more popularly known as Obamacare, and President-elect Trump ran on it's repeal claiming that he was going to replace it with something fabulous. Any opinions on how the repeal of the ACA will go down? How much are you paying this year as opposed to last year? If Trump and the GOP Congress kills the ACA this year, I assume it will be here for this year and be gone next year? This year I just signed up for a Health Plan from my large employer at a $1000 per month for 2 people. This is virtually unchanged since the ACA was enacted. It is not associated with the ACA. We have some friends who work for small companies and they just signed up for insurance at $1700 per month (for 2 people). I don't know what they paid last year. My brother whines because his health plan (I have no idea how it stands up to my plan) jumped from $200 to $400. How much are you paying for your health insurance? Did you buy your insurance through the ACA? This is my take as far as the Republicans and President Trump do what they said they will do. If they simply kill the ACA without offering a viable affordable alternative, for implementation for next year, they will be in hot water. There is a desire to have affordable health care, I believe it will be a political movement capable of dethroning politicians who refuse to acknowledge or do anything about the health insurance crisis in this country. Trump was carried forward by a surge of blue collar workers who are demanding he and the establishment make life easier for them. The Trumpets expect this from Trump and the Republicans (the latter who fight this kind of thing tooth and nail). Now is the Republican's big chance to succeed, to counter liberal policies or to fall on their swords. What makes this all very interesting is that Republicans used to be for things like Universal Health Care, Romney Care, at least they gave it lip service, until Obama showed up and then they screamed like babies and offered no realistic alternatives, just that they did not want the ACA. Now they have their chance and will be able to put up or to die a horrible political death. Final question: Do you think affordable health care is an important issue that will make or break our politicians in Washington DC?